The worst drivers on Hull’s roads in…

The worst drivers on Hull’s roads in 2019 caught on camera
2019-12-28 05:00:00
We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThese clips could well be some of the worst drivers we have seen caught on camera in Hull and East Yorkshire in 2019. It includes the nail-biting moment a driver nearly causes a “head-on crash” on a busy East Yorkshire road. Another clip shows a motorist branded a “w*****” for their “lazy” driving. And one video is said to show a driver who made a “shocking and idiotic” move on the A63. Watch the clips and leave your comments about it below. Drivers were split over the moves of a “cocky” driver on Anlaby Road. The video, shown above, was posted onto the Hull Road Share: Improving Our Standards Together Facebook page. Dean, the man behind the Facebook page, posted the video. He quoted what the member had said when they sent the clip in. Dashcam captures ‘cocky’ driver’s dangerous moves on Anlaby Road Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play “Honda 4×4 thought he could undertake only to have a bus pull out on him,” they said. “Undeterred, he cuts up the driver in the outside lane. “Honestly thought he was going to hit the other car. Then to make matters worse, the cocky driver sits laughing at the other driver at the traffic lights.” Commenting on the clip, one person said: “Nothing to be cocky about. Should have been in the nearside lane to start with, nearly runs into a bus carrying passengers and all in a vehicle unsuited to being chucked about like that. Absolutely shocking.” Another said: “Let’s hope he gets a ticket for going in the bus lane too n**head.” But some disagreed. One person said: “Not even the Honda’s fault. Yes he should’ve slowed down as bus was pulling out although bus shouldn’t have pulled out at all as it clearly wasn’t clear to go. “Also if it wasn’t in bus lane times, then everyone should’ve been in the bus lane unless overtaking, but people just choose to stay out of it altogether and then moan when someone undertakes them in it.” And another said: “The bus should check before he just pulls out but still the overtake of the bus is crazy. “He can clearly see the bus is going to pull out but has no intention of slowing down for anyone.” While one wrote: “All drivers in this video are at fault one way or another.” WATCH: Moment driver ‘above the law’ does this on A63 – but are they in the wrong? Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play This driver was called out for thinking they are “above the law”. The video, shown above, was posted onto the Hull Road Share: Improving Our Standards Together Facebook page. Dean, the man behind the Facebook page, posted the video. He quoted what the member had said when they sent the clip in. “Clearly in a rush,” they said. Dean also shared his own thoughts in the comments. “Yet another who feels the rules don’t apply,” he said. Others were keen to comment too. The clip has been shared online (Image: Hull Road Share: Improving Our Standards Together) One said: “Or just bored of waiting in the endless queues and wanting to go to the Humber Street area. Loads of people do it.” Dean replied: “It’s not a lane to drive in no matter how many do it.” In the comments, another person wrote: “My god the driver thinks he is above the law. Hope this got reported. At least the rozzers should station cameras there.” But posting a link, one man wrote: “Found this on a driving website don’t know if it applies to the same situation in question. “The main rule to remember is that continuous solid white lines cannot be driven over, but broken white lines can. “The images below offer a typical example where learner drivers get into trouble during a driving test. Whether you can drive in a hatched area is dependent on if it is surrounded by a continuous solid white line or a broken one.” Another person wrote: “This seems to be why we have all the accidents, people are above rules they just do whatever they want. “I could not believe the other day down the M18 one of the slip roads all drivers saw fit to queue on the hard shoulder for about half a mile. Where does it say in the highway code bend the rules however you see fit?” WATCH: Dashcam driver’s fury as woman ‘in her own little world’ almost causes ‘head-on’ crash with lorry Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play This footage shows the nail-biting moment a driver nearly causes a “head-on crash” on a busy East Yorkshire road. The video, shown above, was posted on Facebook and was filmed on the afternoon of January 29, on the A166. Phil Nixon, who shared the video, asked if anyone knew the driver and said the incident has been reported to Humberside Police. “Does anyone know who the driver of a Black VW Polo registration ******* is?” he wrote. “Earlier this afternoon, they nearly caused a head-on crash on the A166. “If anyone does know them, tell them to hang their keys up and to expect a visit from Humberside Police as they have been reported for dangerous driving!” Mr Nixon told Hull Live it happened near to the B1248. He was picking his son up from school and says due to the nearmiss, he nearly didn’t make it – through either having to stop and help someone or being caught up in a potential accident himself. He said: “I couldn’t believe it. My wife was with me. We were travelling to pick my son up. We nearly didn’t make the journey. It was ridiculous. “You can’t fault the truck driver. I’m a van driver myself.” Mr Nixon says he had been behind the truck and car for several miles and could not understand why it suddenly decided to try and overtake when it was not safe to do so. Read More Drivers Caught on Dashcam “She was completely in her own little world,” he said. “It must have shook her up something rotten.” He said if he were given the chance he would have asked her what she was thinking. “I would have probably said, ‘what on earth were you t

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